Keeping a winning streak alive amongst adverse conditions is one of the most difficult feats to do in sports. North Carolina’s Women’s tennis team made the quick turnaround trip back to Chapel Hill after their victory against Syracuse on Thursday to face Notre Dame on Saturday.
The No. 6 North Carolina women’s tennis team headed into the weekend needing turn its luck around against a pair of ACC teams from Florida after its first back-to-back losses since 2012.
After coming up short in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor Team Championship finals against California, the No. 2 North Carolina’s women’s tennis team turned to No. 8 Michigan for a chance to rebound and regain speed.
After its meet in Blacksburg, Va., was canceled a week ago, it was important for the North Carolina track and field team to come out firing on all cylinders.
The North Carolina women’s tennis team continued its in-state dominance Wednesday with back-to-back 7-0 victories over UNC-Greensboro and North Carolina Central at the Cone-Kenfield Tennis Center.
In a battle of the state's finest, the North Carolina track and field team shined. In the Tobacco Road Multis from Thursday to Friday this past week.
After the North Carolina women’s tennis team lost its two top players from the previous seasons, a lot of pressure was put on the shoulders of Hayley Carter.
The North Carolina field hockey team had yet another weekend of two road tests. But this trip, the Tar Heels were tasked with two top-10 teams.
Four times the North Carolina field hockey team has played on the road this season. Four times the Tar Heels have come away victorious.
In her sophomore season, Jamie Loeb won the women’s Singles National Championship, earned ACC Player of the Year and helped lead a North Carolina women’s tennis team that won the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championship.